Hi guys, I'm not sure where to post this but I've got a YouTube channel now and although I mainly do mowing videos and machinery reviews, I am starting to put my bushcrafting videos on there. The main one at the moment is my Ghillie Kettle review and demonstration.
Any comments or suggestions...
Why not save yourself some time and money and canoe the river wye in England?
Great scenery, campsites, B&B's and pubs all along the route.
Take your own canoe or hire one.
A great 5 day itinerary is Glasbury to Ross on wye
This guy gets a big thumbs up from me.
I did a weeks training course with him on a private estate with a small group of people.
We had plenty of open and frank discussions, lots of examination of kit, and a pretty good time all in all.
He went through everything in a straightforward and...
I'm always fascinated by this knife law. I work for a tree surgeon in the winter, mainly as ground crew but with the occasional ascent.
I take a bag to work that includes a silky pull saw, chainsaw boots, gloves, helmet, spare socks and a 4 inch lock knife that is used for cutting / splicing...
I discovered these on the Shropshire Council website a couple of years ago when I started to do a lot of walking.
There are about a dozen overlays etc of different things but I find the public rights of way very interesting.
I often use it to scout out potential woodland, anything with a...
Hi, like the others have said, I've done the messing about and ended up with a bacho laplander. It's a good saw and a good size. Cost me less than £20 delivered and I've had it for 2 years without any problems.
However I have used silky saws at work and I would like to try a silky pocket boy to...